Rain Tomorrow, Warm Up After
23 May 2022
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The national satellite and radar showed widespread shower and thunderstorm activity throughout much of the United States. A couple of those showers popped up in the southeastern corner as well as the northeast with a small chance for some thunderstorms, but nothing in terms of severe weather. To high-pressure systems will be dissipating as we head into the overnight hours when a trough begins coming in from the northwest tomorrow morning. This will bring a line of rain and snow showers throughout much of the central and eastern side of the state before dissipating into the overnight hours on Tuesday.
Much of Wednesday is expected to be nice and clear as the trough begins pushing to the north and high pressure moves back in. Because it is just a trough and not a cold front, wind gusts will remain relatively calm over the next 48 hours. Temperatures will still remain below average heading into the overnight hours tonight with most regions getting into the low 30s and upper 20s.
Highs tomorrow will be warming up into the 50s and 60s, but not get all that warm due to the increase in cloud cover and precipitation chances. The extended forecast looks very promising as a general warming trend is expected all the way until the end of the week. Do expect some higher chances for rain in the central regions of the state and a little bit lower out to the far east before the warm-up begins.
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